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  • Last update: Tuesday 17 December 2013 [15 news items]

Lite-On Technology to merge with Leotek, other subsidiaries

Dec 17, 14:06

EMS provider Lite-On Technology will merge with Leotek Electronics and five other subsidiaries. Leotek is a wholly-owned subsidiary that makes own-brand LED lighting products, according...

Taiwan market: Leotek aims at 10% market share for LED bulbs by end of 2014

Nov 6, 21:12

Leotek Electronics, a Lite-On Technology subsidiary, has entered the residential LED lighting market in Taiwan with a goal of attaining a market share of 10% for LED light bulbs by...

Lite-On Technology to deal out 2012 cash dividend of NT$2.35

Jun 20, 13:49

Lite-On Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$216.05 billion (US$7.2 billion) for 2012 with net profits of NT$7.53 billion, an on-year growth of 4%. The firm plans to...

Lite-On Technology reports May consolidated revenues of NT$16 billion

Jun 10, 14:29

Lite-On Technology has announced May consolidated revenues of the parent company and its subsidiaries of NT$16.49 billion (US$553 million), showing a sequential growth of 1%. Consolidated...

Lite-On Technology adjusts merger plans

May 10, 10:38

Lite-On Technology has announced adjustments to its planned merger with Lite-On IT. As of May 7, 2013, Lite-On Technology has obtained 93.76% of Lite-On IT shares. According to regulations,...

Everlight obtains orders for 55,000 LED street lamps for government projects

Jan 23, 21:49

The Taiwan government plans to switch 180,000 street lamps in four special municipalities to LED, and so far Taiwan-based LED packaging house Everlight Electronics has obtained contracts...

Lite-On Technology, Everlight expected to have advantages competing for Kaohsiung LED street lamp bids

Jan 8, 21:53

The government of Kaohsiung City, southern Taiwan, is in the administrative process to procure 60,000 LED street lamps through an open-bid. Lite-On Technology and Everlight Electronics...

Taiwan begins LED street lamp replacement project

Jan 2, 16:16

To reduce carbon emissions, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs has begun promoting an LED street lamp replacement project.

Leotek wins procurement of 6,000 LED street lamps from Taipei government

Dec 24, 22:44

Leotek Electronics, a LED lighting maker belonging to the Lite-On Group, has won procurement of about 6,000 LED street lamps from Taipei City Government through open-bid competition,...

Taiwan market: Government to hold bid for 250,000 LED street lamps

Oct 5, 14:34

The Taiwan government will announce a plan for the purchase of up to 250,000 street lamps through an open bid, with the tendering to be held in November and the results to be announced...

Taiwan LED firms hope to install LED lighting in northeast China

Sep 13, 01:30

Taiwan-based LED firms such as Epistar, Formosa Epitaxy, Delta Electronics, Leotek, and Harvatek are heading to Harbin, a northeastern city in China to discuss the possibility of...

Leotek obtains orders for over 1,000 LED street lamps from Seattle

Aug 25, 10:33

Leotek Electronics, a maker of LED lighting products and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Lite-On Group, has obtained orders for more than 1,000 LED street lamps from the US city...

Leotek starts shipping LED streetlamps to China

Aug 25, 14:23

Leotek Electronics, a subsidiary of Lite-On Technology, has shipped 3,000 LED streetlamps to China and received new LED streetlamp orders from Jiangsu, China, according to David Lin,...

Lite-On LED lighting business expects to grow through 2011, says chairman

Aug 6, 16:02

The Lite-On Group expects its LED products to contribute NT$4 billion (US$122.24 million) to its revenues in 2009 and NT$16 billion in 2011, according to company chairman David Lin...

Leotek receives LED streetlamp orders from China

Jun 23, 15:07

Leotek Electronics, a subsidiary of Lite-On Technology, has reportedly received LED streetlamp orders from China, and is estimated to start shipments in the third quarter of 2009,...

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